As cars become more connected within and with the outside world, their internal connectivity landscape begins to change. Where once the MOST (Media Oriented Systems Transport) bus was a dominate means of infotainment networking, additional features and functions now call for a broader range of communication technologies.
This How-To article shows how the automotive connectivity world could look like from the perspective of SMSC—from MOST and Ethernet (for diagnostics) to wireless and USB (for consumer devices).
Automotive Information Systems unit of SMSC develops, markets, and supports components for real-time multimedia networks and connectivity. To address the high quality requirements of such components, SMSC developed dedicated quality processes and flows known as TrueAuto Quality.
Report courtesy of Automotive Designline Europe.